July/August 2012Chaucer & His Age
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There is nothing cheaper than affection at a distance.
We can love the poor, as long as we don't have to deal with them up close. We can love our neighbor, as long as he stays on his side of the privacy fence.
Shakespeare: Another Jesuit Connectionby Joseph Pearce
One of the exciting things about studying Shakespeare is that it's akin to a detective story in which one is always finding new clues connecting the Bard of Avon to the Catholic Church. The latest clue to emerge is the discovery of an early Shakespeare manuscript that was owned by a Catholic recusant connected with the Jesuits. Read on:
Conferences, Performances and Events in 2015by Kevin O'Brien
In addition to the murder mystery dinner theater shows, which I perform somewhere in the U.S. every weekend, you can catch me doing things that are a bit more dignified, such as ...